Interested in learning the the primary rhythmic accompaniment in a Carnatic music ensemble?

Mridangam has a large role in South-Indian Music. Today the mridangam is most widely used in Carnatic music performances. These performances take place all over Southern India and are now popular all over the world. As the principal rhythmic accompaniment (pakkavadyam), the mridangam has a place of utmost importance, ensuring all of the other artists are keeping their timing in check while providing support to the main artist. One of the highlights of a modern Carnatic music concert is the percussion solo (thani avarthanam), where the mridangam artist and other percussionists such as kanjira, morsing, and ghatam vidwans exchange various complex rhythmic patterns.

With Our Founder, who’s a Mridangam Player himself, taking classes, the students will definitely learn to understand its beauty.

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